Judge’s Clerk Primer

Jurist Clerk Purpose: The purpose of a judge’s clerk, is to investigate incidences and laws in any police investigation, prior to charge, to prepare dossier to use in court for prosecution, judge, defense, deposition, and internal affairs, in that order, in the case of a potential arrest of any type.

Court Function: The jurist clerk performs basic criminal profiling to determine if there is necessity of a check log on an incident of controversy.

Potential Classifications:

Charge: The breaking of a law with incentive involved.

Crime: An irrational act that seems mentally incoherent.

Blue collar: An act that defrauds own personal share.

White collar: An act that emulates historical personage, any of them.

Summation of List: When a particular incidence of controversy, the grounds for a police investigation, is registered through municipal authorities (hence empowering police with emphasis to enact police power, or an outright investigation, or any contact of police through internal police measure), the four classes must be investigated by the jurist clerk’s office, to determine if any actual laws have been broken. Otherwise, the state’s case is decreased, and officers may be billetted, removed, replaced, or detained and deported to Canadian prisons intended especially for police officers or those acting with criminal warrant in name of state.

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